racer4four

Sydney Australia

It's been years, yes years, and my house runeth over. Lots comes in, little goes out. Karen

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Aderia Crystal vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Gorgeous bowl from Marti Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
A little twist from Kurata Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Nanbu that's who! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Orangeade glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Japanese enameled goblet - Glasswarein Glassware
Australian Bennetts Pottery honey jar - Potteryin Pottery
Some silver brooches from Japan - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Angel money boxes, maker unknown - Potteryin Pottery
Czech glass christmas trees - Christmasin Christmas

Comments

  1. Find, you crack me up!. Thanks mate :)
  2. Why thank you Mr Thomas!
  3. Kind of you to say that Dean, particularly when I look at your collection. Ad iration goes both ways :).
  4. Thanks Flea.....Adelia is waaaay cute.
  5. I'm so sorry, should be Tirschenreuth. Back stamps here should give date estimation: http://www.porzellankompass.de/module-Pagesetter-viewpub-tid-2-pid-36-lang-en.html
  6. Much as I love these pieces, I'm sorta glad I don't have any. The fear! The fear!
  7. It has to be her! The enamel makes this for me Judy, it frames the whole so beautifully.
  8. The stamp is for Hutschenreuther Bavaria and this possibly dates around 1900. Their ceramics were handpainted and often sold as single items for display, particularly a beautiful bowl like this. The...
  9. These costumes are amazing. I'm interested in the fabrics and assembly of this. Is the fabric a rayon crepe type or a light wool? The beading is all glass? Ohh, I just want to hold this and care...
  10. Fits your abode well!
  11. Wow Ironlace! I have been so used to your delicate and sweetly lovely pieces that these are a real change! Wonderful- bright and colourful.
  12. I dreamed of a doll like this as a little girl. She's beautiful Betty.
  13. The millefiori in these beads is very fine! It's interesting that such good beads are threaded on raffia.
  14. A new design to me..it's great!
  15. There was over one hundred painting studios in Hong Kong in the 60s/70s and they painted on both Chinese and Japanese blanks. Sometimes the paintings were special orders requested on a Japanese shape....
  16. My only thoughts are about how wonderful these are, and what great provenance!
  17. I had a whole group of Japanese 60s cats here for a bit. They are smile pieces for sure.
  18. Wonderful, thanks for posting.
  19. Really informative post thanks.
  20. This looks 60s/70s to me -it's really neat with the copper/brass/teak combination. Have a really good look on the metal sections, particularly underneath, for any sort of mark.
  21. I've got my eye on the little apple. It looks like one Sasaki made but I can't be sure. Great haul here!
  22. Looove this post Scott :)
  23. A great first. Photo is exceptional LB.
  24. Wow Adele, great glow, great price too. Any uranium glass here is Aus is expensive. Your vase would have been cheap here at $10, this lovely pitcher for $3 is a bargain. Even our op shops sell uraniu...
  25. Many thanks Scott. I always appreciate your comments!
  26. Doh! Missed that. Just call me genius.
  27. Definitely a whatchamacallit.
  28. This is a beautiful bowl, and great info too Dean.
  29. They make me happy!
  30. Yeah, great design.
  31. The jet seems incongruous. Maybe it was to celebrate the navy in some way?
  32. That's beautiful. Fenton?
  33. Wow - great find and sleuthing!
  34. Looks like something from Peceny for Hermanova Hut but I haven't found it. Hopefully someone else will know. The other possibility is Polish glass.
  35. This is from Carstens of Tönnieshof, and dates to around 1970. It is called Beehive and was designed by Dieter Peter. They are collectible. We don't give values here on CW so search sale sites onli...
  36. The frame's great. Is this a pen, ink and watercolour? Very accomplished artist.
  37. Awesome Malkey, that a bottle so old has been buried so long, dug up mechanically and remains in such good nick. I guess you spent some time cleaning it lol.
  38. How exciting for you to find such a rarity RL!
  39. That's a great table Thomas, perfect too for that spot. Your new home is looking good!
  40. Replacements show a number of Blue Tree patterns for Lenox, and checking their images would be a start. http://www.replacements.com/china/l03.htm It's very beautiful.
  41. Wow Scott, a great display. This gear just gleams with love and care, witness to the attention you give everything you own.
  42. The soft drapery is so lovely; the iridescence amazing. It loses something against the whiter piece because of it's yellowness, although I know why you put them together for the photo. On it's own it...
  43. Possibly Czech with that birdbath base. I will look some up and get back to you.
  44. Love the frilly skirt.
  45. Lol Flea, great post, and I love your horses.
  46. They got a lot of their glass from Japan, and this may be....
  47. He certainly appears to be a great character! Must be a very entertaining man. Your explanation about glass shortage and innovation sure rings a bell with me, and I think this is a really interesting...
  48. Gorgeous piece of glass Nicefice. Quadruple sommerso (I think)! That's a clever glassblower to make and control so many and layers so fine. Great keeper :)
  49. Thanks Bijoucaillou for the feedback. Glass artists are very clever I think!
  50. Thanks Peggy, I love the acid green on this too. My stovetop proved useful for something other than burning food!
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What is this? Freaky German Majolica Beer Stein, 1950s, Flea Market Find 1 Euro ($1.06)

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